The Terminator: Sector War #3
Dark Horse Comics
Written by Brian Wood
Art by Jeff Stokely
Colors by Triona Farrell
Letters by Nate Piekos
Lucy Castro is on the run and the Terminator is getting closer.
Officer Castro needs help to escape the killing machine targeting her. Unfortunately, the only help she can find as a young NYPD officer is with the criminals she swore to bring to justice. Knowing that the Terminator is relentless and unstoppable, she needs the help of the biggest boss in the projects, Papa Oso.
After making a deal that she knows she is going to regret later, Lucy makes a deal with the devil in order to take down the Terminator moving closer to her position. When Oso’s forces engage the machine, all hell breaks loose. As the fight progresses and the T-1000 moves closer to getting Lucy and her unborn baby, the rookie cop learns about the role her child will play in future events and her determination to survive makes her fight for their lives.
Both the pace and plot of this issue are really good. Brian Wood writes a story filled with energy and action. There is an immediacy to every page as the plot moves along at a breakneck pace. Lucy is an interesting and engaging character and she is developed really well in this issue. You feel for her as a character and her willingness to fight for her own survival makes her story more entertaining.
Jeff Stokely’s art is good. The minimalist style is engaging and the details do a great job of matching the tone of the story.